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TEN AND A WIN
BALL CONTROL IS THE NAME OF THE GAME. Northern Nash’s Macon Rollans (right) stretches to gain possession of the ball during the Lady Knights’ road soccer victory last Thursday night against Louisburg High School in Franklin County.
TEN AND A WIN

LOUISBURG -- Northern Nash made it halfway home during last Thursday’s non-league girls soccer matchup at Louisburg.
That wasn’t a bad thing for the Lady Knights, who delivered 10 goals in the opening half to invoke the mercy rule as part of a 10-0 decision over the Lady Warriors at Joyner Park in Franklin County.

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Big week ahead for Northern
ALL SMILES. Chad Haggerty and the Northern Nash Knights have been solid to date in the Big East Conference baseball standings.
Big week ahead for Northern

RED OAK -- Northern Nash is taking a brief respite from its Big East Conference baseball schedule this week -- but not from its rigorous schedule.
Instead, the Knights will use this week to refine their skills against some high-level competition at the annual Pitt County Easter Tournament.

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Southern’s Stock On The Rise
LOOSE BALL. Southern Nash second baseman Hannah Wood (second from right) tries to come up with a throw as Nash Central’s Kelli Lewis slides during last Friday night’s softball showdown.
Southern’s Stock On The Rise

ROCKY MOUNT -- It’s been a frustrating season of near-misses and close calls for the Southern Nash High School fast-pitch softball squad.
But the law of averages seems to be evening out for the Ladybirds following a pair of Big East Conference victories last week.

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Southern claims JV conquest
Southern claims JV conquest

ROCKY MOUNT -- Southern Nash High School’s junior varsity softball squad remained undefeated in Big East Conference action last Friday with a 14-6 road victory at Nash Central.
SN is now 4-3 overall and 4-0 in the Big East.
Hitting leaders for the Junior Ladybirds were as follows:

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NASH CO. PARKS SPRING UPDATE

NASH COUNTY -- Here are some early-season results from the Nash County Parks and Recreation Spring Youth Softball and Baseball Leagues:

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Champs For A Cause
HERE’S THE PITCH. Rocky Mount Police Department Officer Lori Middleswarth delivers an offering toward home plate during her team’s slow-pitch softball meeting with the Wounded Warriors last Saturday morning at Glover Park in Nashville.
Champs For A Cause

NASHVILLE -- As a long-time coach and Town of Nashville Recreation Director, Jim Glover understands the value of teaching life’s lessons through athletics.
But even Glover was overwhelmed emotionally by last Saturday’s appearance of the Wounder Warrior Amputee Softball Team at Glove Park.

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Mudcats win on the road versus P-Nats
Mudcats win on the road versus P-Nats

WOODBRIDGE, VA. -- After things looked bleak on the outset, the Carolina Mudcats responded with a resounding 12-2 win over the Potomac Nationals on Sunday at Pfitzner Stadium thanks to a great spot start from D.J. Brown and a resurgent offense.
The Class A Carolina League baseball game veered off its expected course from the first inning as both bullpens were called into action before the third frame.

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Duke takes baseball series over NC State
Duke takes baseball series over NC State

DURHAM -- North Carolina State University baseball fell 11-10 in walk-off fashion to drop Sunday’s Atlantic Coast Conference baseball series finale against Duke at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park.
The Pack (20-15, 6-12 ACC) built a 10-4 lead by the middle of the eighth, but Duke (20-17, 9-9) roared back with seven runs in the eighth and ninth to claim the win.

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Pirates top Monarchs in extras

NORFOLK, VA. -- East Carolina University scored five runs in the top of the 12th inning, claiming a 12-7 baseball win over Old Dominion on Sunday afternoon at the Bud Metheny Complex.
With the win, the Pirates improved to 21-15 overall and 9-6 in Conference USA action, while the Monarchs drop to 22-15 and 10-8.

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NCWC Nabs Series
NCWC Nabs Series

ROCKY MOUNT -- North Carolina Wesleyan College ’s baseball team edged Maryville College by a 2-1 score last Saturday afternoon at Five County Stadium in Zebulon in the rubber match of their USA South Conference Spring Sports Festival series.
The two squads had previously split a pair of games on Thursday and Friday at Wilson’s historic Fleming Stadium.

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BEAL WITH THE BALL
BEAL WITH THE BALL

Northern Nash’s Rebekah Beal (right) gains possession of the ball during last Thursday evening’s road soccer victory at Louisburg High School in Franklin County.

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EYEING A HIT
EYEING A HIT

Retired Rocky Mount Police Department Lieutenant Tim Mehus gets ready to swing at this pitch during last Saturday’s softball meeting against the Wounded Warriors at Glover Park.

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READY TO CONNECT
READY TO CONNECT

Bobby McCardle of the Wounded Warriors Amputee Team prepares to blast this pitch as part of last Saturday’s slow-pitch softball festivities at Glover Park in Nashville. The Wounded Warriors travel across the country playing benefit games.

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STRICKLAND SHINES AT SHORT
STRICKLAND SHINES AT SHORT

Nash Central’s Brittani Strickland (right) makes a play at shortstop during last Friday night’s home softball matchup with the Southern Nash Ladybirds.

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TIMES TWO
TIMES TWO

Northern Nash’s Katie Belton dribbles upfield during last Thursday evening’s road triumph at Louisburg.

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WOOD WITH THE WIN
WOOD WITH THE WIN

Southern Nash’s Olivia Lamm was the mound victor last Friday night as the Ladybirds secured a win at Nash Central.

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